Lacia-Paige Cummings is a talented and innovative young adult who is doing her part to protect the planet by educating others on sustainable food options. The grade 12 STEM student recently won a recipe contest by creating a delicious meal
The holiday season is a time to gather and celebrate with family. In recent years, families have become more and more diverse, particularly regarding faith. For example, data from the Pew Research Center indicates that 46 per cent of Jewish
Made-for-TV movies often depict holiday shopping in the best possible light. The story’s protagonist wanders into the town centre and easily finds everything on his or her list at a series of perfectly decorated local boutiques that have nary a
WORDS BY Lorraine Pelley Narcissism is an increasingly common pathological disorder characterized by selfishness, entitlement, lack of empathy, self-centredness, and a sense of superiority. While it is most commonly associated with adults, narcissism often starts in childhood. Because a narcissistic personality
WORDS BY Andrew Hind The summer crowds have disappeared, and the air has chilled but Niagara Falls remains a dramatic destination for a weekend family escape. Here are five family-friendly appeals. Niagara Power Station Tour The Niagara Power Station, more than a century old,
SPONSORED CONTENT EXPLORE, CREATE AND MAKE MEMORIES HAPPEN Connecting children with a deeper understanding of art and the world around them, The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery offers free exhibitions and family programming throughout the year. “Kids are intelligent, intense, playful, and extremely creative.
Individuals must juggle many different responsibilities on a daily basis. Those with full- or part-time jobs, children, spouses or partners, or aging family members that require assistance, will often find they are pulled in different directions. In many cases, work